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Foreign Gold Coins

Foreign Gold Coins are recognized as one of the most advantageous ways to invest in bulk gold. Minted primarily from the early 1800s to the 1930s, these coins were used heavily as currency during the times of their issuance, so specimens surviving in uncirculated or mint state condition today are relatively scarce. Benefits to these coins include: true scarcity, high investor demand and true historical significance.
BU Mexican 50 Peso
(1.2057 Oz.)
BU Swiss Helvetia 20 Fr
(.1867 BU)
BU Sovereigns
(.2354 Oz.)
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Mexican 50 Pesos gold coin, which contains 37.5 grams (1.2057 oz) of gold in an alloy of 90% gold and 10% copper (21.6 karat).
The 'Helvetia' is one of the most popular pre-1933 European gold coins, and traditionally trades at a very low premium over the gold price. .1867 Oz of Gold
British Sovereign gold bullion coins are nickel-size gold bullion coins that were struck worldwide at the height of the British Empire. .2354 troy ounce 

20 Franc Roosters

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Fractional European gold coins are very popular and affordable with the French 20 Franc Rooster one of the most sought after of all the Latin Monetary Union issues.